Dr. Xinzheng Lu, professor in the Department of Civil Engineering from Tsinghua University, will present “Earthquake Disaster Simulation of Super-Tall Buildings and Urban Areas,” on Thursday, Aug. 10, at 11 a.m. in Engineering Hall 221. For questions contact Ting Lin, assistant professor in the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, at (414) 288-5205.
Recently, our university received very sad news that I need to share with you. One of our students, Chenxu Ma, has died in a car accident while home for the summer in China. Chenxu was a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Economics. Times like this are a reminder that our […]
The feast of the Assumption will be celebrated with a Mass on Tuesday, Aug. 15, at noon in the Chapel of the Holy Family. The Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a holyday of obligation for Roman Catholics. A full schedule of holiday Masses offered at the Church of Gesu can […]
More students today are choosing options that allow them to earn MBAs and other advanced degrees faster and to build expertise jointly in business, STEM, law or other fields. What’s behind this trend?
During June and July, Parking Services implemented a new parking system, including new equipment in Structures 1 & 2. The new parking system is now live and hangtags have been distributed to those who currently park in those structures to enter and exit. For those that need to purchase parking for the upcoming academic year, […]
Due to a technology upgrade, MarquetteCard Services will have very limited capabilities and will not be able to produce any ID cards Monday, July 31, and Tuesday, Aug. 1.
Mary Janz, director of residence life, has received the prestigious Parthenon Award from the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International. The Parthenon Award is the Housing Association’s highest honor and recognizes outstanding collegiate housing professionals for their service, leadership, achievement, and contributions to the housing field. Janz has been a member of […]
Discover our chapels, artwork, and sacred spaces on campus. Take a pilgrimage of the religious spaces on campus, and see how the Marquette community lives its Jesuit and Catholic identity every day.
On Wednesday, Aug. 2, IT Services will replace Marquette’s VPN, the Virtual Private Network that connects you to campus-restricted, online resources while you are away from Marquette. The new VPN will require installing a new application, available for Windows and Mac computers and iPhone and Android smartphones and tablets. Also, a second layer of security, […]
The Near West Side Farmers Market, located on the corner of 20th Street and Kilbourn Avenue, will be held every Thursday night from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. beginning Thursday, Aug. 3, through Thursday, Sept. 14. The community is invited to enjoy fresh produce and prepared foods from great vendors like Kaleidoscope Gardens, Growing Power, […]